I think Ludus or something similar means game in Latin so it could translate to both
ludas comes from the latin, ludo, meaning 'i play'. Hence the name of the board game.
For those curious, Ludo is a well-known game in many countries of Europe, which is similar to Parcheesi.
It wil be good if you write a trascription for English speakers :) "Choveche ne lyutu se"
No problem. I too think that languages are very diverse. And I love your daily streak. Nice job learning Spanish! :)
They are very diverse, indeed! No two languages are the same (even two languages from the same language family). Thank you for noticing my daily streak. However, although mine is quite good, there are some users on here with daily streaks of over a thousand! So, if I can get mine to that number, I'll be very happy. :)
No place speaks it. It was created to be universal but was turned down, so now only some people speak it.
A lot of ambition was behind the making of this language then, I suppose. It is a beautiful language, without a doubt.
It does, but it is rarely used and it's best to avoid it. However there is a lesson somewhere in Duolingo on compound tenses.
This starts off like the Latin learning books in Germany, it's the same sentences. ^^
Kantas is the conjugation for everything in present tense. The infinitive should be kanti